(1) In addition to the judges' retirement fund fee provided in section 24-703 and the fees provided in section 33-106.03 and except as otherwise provided by law, the fees of the clerk of the district court
shall be as provided in this section. There shall be a docket fee of forty-two dollars for each civil and criminal case
(a) There shall be a docket fee of twenty-five dollars for each case commenced by
filing a transcript of judgment from another court in this state for the purpose of
obtaining a lien;
(b) For proceedings under the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Act and the Employment
Security Law, when provision is made for the fees that may be charged; and
(c) There shall be a docket fee of twenty-seven dollars for each criminal case appealed
to the district court from any court inferior thereto.
(2) In all cases, other than those appealed from an inferior court or original filings
which are within jurisdictional limits of an inferior court and when a jury is demanded
in district court, the docket fee shall cover all fees of the clerk, except that the
clerk shall be paid for each copy or transcript ordered of any pleading, record, or
other document and that the clerk shall be entitled to a fee of fifteen dollars for
a records management fee which will be taxed as costs of the case.
(3) In all civil cases, except habeas corpus cases in which a poverty affidavit is
filed and approved by the court, and for all other services, the docket fee or other
fee shall be paid by the party filing the case or requesting the service at the time
the case is filed or the service requested.
(4) For any other service which may be rendered or performed by the clerk but which
is not required in the discharge of his or her official duties, the fee shall be the
same as that of a notary public but in no case less than one dollar.
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